Posted Nov 25, 2009 13:19 UTC (Wed) by compte (guest, #60316)
Parent article: Fedora 12 released
When a Fedora version starts getting good its support life cycle ends and the remaining bugs are fixed in the next version. Like this you never get a fully functioning Fedora in one version. The reason for this is obviously the rate at which new releases come out. Imagine if Microsoft sent out new Windows versions every 6 months, people would say: "Are they nuts!". The new kernel versions isn't an excuse.